Ardentia House, Priestly Court, Staffs Tech Park, Stafford
- Now Sold
- Offers in region of £650,000
10,070 sq.ft. (935.53 sq.m.)
- Category II lighting, carpeting and blinds fitted
- High quality internal partitioning installed
- Three miles from Junction 14 of the M6 Motorway
- Established major regional office hub
- Forty car parking spaces
Priestly Court is situated on the Staffordshire Technology Park at Beaconside, approximately one mile north-east from the town centre and linked to Junction 14 of the M6 Motorway just over three miles distant via the A513 Eastern Distributor Road. Stafford also benefits from its main-line rail connection links providing intercity services throughout the national network.
The Staffordshire Technology Park is the town's principal office development and is home to many major occupiers including NFU Mutual Assurance, Handlesbanken, Amey and Allied Healthcare.
Priestly Court is a development of nine office buildings completed in 2004 and grouped around extensive car parking and landscaped areas. Ardentia House is of three-storey detached brick construction with a roof in tile and was designed to provide open plan space at ground, first and second floor levels accessed by way of an entrance lobby leading to a passenger lift along with male and female W.C. facilities on each floor.
The building is now available and provides three suites of offices with fitted features including partitioned rooms, suspended ceilings with recessed Category II compliant lighting, carpeting, full access raised floors, air-conditioning, double glazing and fire and security alarm systems.
Ardentia House lends itself well to single or split occupation and the availability of the property offers an ideal opportunity for a purchaser or tenant to acquire prestige premises in an attractive office park environment with the benefit of excellent road communications links.